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Harman JBL SB 300 Wireless Home Theater Surround Sound System

Aug 11 2011, 2:32pm CDT | by , in News | Home Entertainment

Harman JBL SB 300 Wireless Home Theater Surround Sound System

Hey Wife! No cables on this one.

Harman announced availability of the JBL SB 300, a soundbar-and-subwoofer system that creates a surround-sound environment without the hassle of speaker wires. The two-piece home theater sound system greatly simplifies set up compared to traditional five-piece surround-sound systems while delivering a dramatic improvement in sound quality from a television, game console or Blu-ray Disc™ player.

The Harman JBL SB 300 soundbar and wireless subwoofer work in concert to offer robust sound that can turn a living room, a master bedroom or a “man cave” into a theater environment. The soundbar can be mounted on a wall beneath a flat-screen television or on a TV stand; the subwoofer can be placed anywhere in the room near a power outlet. The two pieces are wirelessly connected and optimized to work together to deliver a better overall performance than a stand-alone five-piece component system.

“A high-definition TV can produce sound just as dynamic as the picture quality, yet many people don’t take advantage of that because a traditional surround-sound setup is cumbersome. The JBL SB 300 two-piece approach changes that, providing terrific sound while eliminating wire clutter,” said David Slump, president of HARMAN Consumer Division. “This simple solution not only makes setup easier, it dramatically improves the viewing experience, whether you’re watching a Sunday-afternoon football game or enjoying family movie night.”

The Harman JBL SB 300 soundbar includes left and right speakers, amplifiers, and top-mounted controls and features the distinctive JBL Weave design to complement a flat-panel TV. The enclosed speakers use DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digita® decoding and Dolby Virtual Speaker technology to create a virtual 5.1-channel surround-sound environment. The 100-watt wireless subwoofer adds deep bass for an authentic theater experience.

The soundbar is magnetically shielded to eliminate video interference, while the wireless subwoofer down-fires bass response to interact with a floor, avoiding the wall-reflection that can muddy sound in front-firing subwoofers. The JBL SB 300 offers traditional stereo playback and 3D surround processing, making it an effective system for movies and music. The complete two-piece home theater system ships with a credit-card-size remote control, wall-mounting brackets and audio cables.

The JBL SB 300 has a suggested retail price of $599. The JBL SB 300 is already on sale on Amazon for $100 less. 

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